This page contains the names and descriptions of all articles published in Mustang Illustrated during 1986; It does not contain the text of the articles — rather, it is a guide to assist you in locating which back issue might contain the information you need.
Mustang Illustrated – SPRING 1986
- Dave Wockley wanted an eye-catcher, and he got it. One of this issues’s cover cars.
- The best in reading: Ford High Performance (Edited by: Isaac Martin and Joe Pettit / Petersen Publishing Co.); Mustang Performance and Handling (Peter C. Sessler / Motorbooks International); Ford Street Performance Handbook (Martyn L. Schorr / Quicksilver Communications)
A Shift In Time
- A Hurst shifter for ’79-’86 cars.
One Of A Kind
- When was the last time you saw a Mustang pickup?
- When Sue Smith rebuilt her 1966 fastback she used almost everything in the National Parts Depot catalog.
Boss 302: Ford’s Racing Legend
- Full story of a Trans-Am champ.
- A practical 289 build-Up.
Raining Ragtop Repair
- A convertible top revitalized.
- Looks can be deceiving and this 20th Anniversary look-alike proves it.
- This multi-colored Mustang was once a daily driver. It’s now a show stopper.
A Great Pretender
- Ever see a Shelby convertible? Gene Harrison built his from a stock 1966 driver.
The Mustang Svo Mystique
- Tech. Ed. U.B. Sherman explores this new “Classic.”
The Ultimate Gt350
- We’ve seen a lot of GT350’s and Lynn Barnett’s is the best one we’ve ever seen!
- This one started out as a $500 basket case. It is now one mean steed!
Sans The Static
- High-Line sound for early cars.
The Faulkner Convertible
- Want a new Mustang convertible with four-cylinder, turbo-charged performance? Ford doesn’t make one, but Faulkner does.
1986 Saleen Mustang
- We drive the hottest ever.
- Parts from A to Z and back for your pony.
- Where else would you find a Mustang with Muscle but Strongville, Ohio? This one will knock your socks off.
Like It Was On Rails
- A serious suspension thrash for ’67-’70s.
- Aerodynamic bolt-ons for the late cars
- With the reputation they have as performance cars, it’s no wonder when Ford established their Superteam, two of them were Mustangs.
- Where to join.
- A Mustang with wings.